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Martorana, S. V. – 1977
The idea of regionalism and its implementation are considered, along with the institutional, state, and federal governmental interests to which regionalism appears to be related. A study of regionalism found it was seen as an interinstitutional, cooperative arrangement officially recognized by an authoritative agency in the state and thus…
Descriptors: College Planning, Cooperative Planning, Federal Government, Intercollegiate Cooperation
Crow, Steven D. – North Central Association Quarterly, 1988
Questions whether voluntary self-regulation as practiced through institutional accreditation can adequately regulate expanding international education activities. Points to challenges related to legality, international linkages, curricula, and regionalism. (DMM)
Descriptors: Accreditation (Institutions), Accrediting Agencies, College Curriculum, Higher Education
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Rogge, John R. – Journal of Geography, 1977
By means of a case study of Nigeria, this paper examines the issue of national unity and identity in the face of tribally based regionalism, diversity, and suspicion. Maps and tables accompany the article. (Author/AV)
Descriptors: African History, Case Studies, Developing Nations, Ethnic Groups
De Dardel, Robert – Travaux Ne uchatelois de Linguistique (Tranel), 2001
Every spoken linguistic system shared by a community has structurally related regional variants. For example, the variant of the present day French for "soixante-dix" is "septante" in eastern France, Belgium, and the French-speaking community of Switzerland. This suggests that Proto-Romance has regionalisms. Using the…
Descriptors: Contrastive Linguistics, Diachronic Linguistics, French, Language Variation
Tate, William F., IV, Ed. – Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 2012
"Research on Schools, Neighborhoods, and Communities: Toward Civic Responsibility" focuses on research and theoretical developments related to the role of geography in education, human development, and health. William F. Tate IV, the Edward Mallinckrodt Distinguished University Professor in Arts & Sciences at Washington University in…
Descriptors: Achievement Gap, Neighborhoods, Suburban Schools, Educational Research
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Waite, Cally L. – History of Education Quarterly, 2004
This paper examines the issues on whether Brown really desegregate school. Study shows that many cases of large number of segregated schools still exist today. This was the complexity of addressing this issue that makes teaching Brown a challenge. The 1954 Supreme Court decision--Brown v. Board of Education was the basis of their study for the…
Descriptors: School Desegregation, Educational History, Desegregation Litigation, Whites
Zukosky, Jerome – 1971
The concept of regionalism identifies the issues in public affairs pertaining to a region and develops structures through which citizens can participate in the decisionmaking process. This speech describes educational decisions in the State of New York as affected by local decentralization and by concentration of power at the State level. Relevant…
Descriptors: Decentralization, Educational Improvement, Educational Planning, Governmental Structure
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Bogdanor, Vernon – Oxford Review of Education, 1977
Described are effects of political decentralization in the United Kingdom on political and social institutions, particularly education. The author concludes that regionalism could yield advantages of power decentralization, diversity of decision making, and educational systems which are more closely connected to regional and local traditions.…
Descriptors: Democratic Values, Educational Planning, Equal Education, Foreign Countries
Hutchison, Dougal – Scottish Educational Studies, 1976
It is well-known that Scottish universities are highly local institutions and that over two-fifth of Scottish university students live at home. Attempts to ascertain if this regionalism has relaxed over the past twenty years with student grant regulations, improvement in communications and the increasing affluence of today's society. (Author/RK)
Descriptors: Data Analysis, Student Attitudes, Student Characteristics, Student School Relationship
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Blunt, R. J. S. – South African Journal of Higher Education, 1998
Examines the rhetoric of a curriculum development proposal at the University of Port Elizabeth (South Africa) which uses the concept of regionalism as a principal for curriculum development. The regionalist approach is then examined in light of two different approaches to the function of the university. It is concluded that postmodern universities…
Descriptors: College Curriculum, College Role, Curriculum Development, Educational Philosophy
Farrar, Ronald T., Ed.; Stevens, John D., Ed. – 1971
In 11 different essays, journalism historians reflect on the present state of their art and suggest ways and means of doing the important work that lies ahead. Areas of productive research suggested include freedom of expression, politics and economics, technology regionalism, Black journalism, the journalist as social critic, photographic…
Descriptors: Anthologies, Behavioral Sciences, Black History, Black Literature
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Perry, J. Warren – Journal of Allied Health, 1978
Stating that our present health programs are more producer-oriented than people- or community-oriented, the author outlines major issues in allied health education to respond to new emphases in the health system, regionalism, health personnel overproduction, graduate study and research, and the need to evaluate the allied health education concept.…
Descriptors: Allied Health Occupations Education, Concept Formation, Educational Needs, Health Needs
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Gerasimov, I. P. – International Social Science Journal, 1975
The three main principles on which geographical knowledge is based are regionalism, ecology, and anthropogenesis. The role that each of these principles has played in the development of geographical science is examined. Current and future trends in geography are also discussed. For address of journal see SO 504 028. (Author/RM)
Descriptors: Environment, Futures (of Society), Geographic Concepts, Geography
Brock, Colin – Prospects, 1988
Analyzes smallness of national scale, types and degrees of isolation, and degrees of dependence as factors influencing the establishment of education in small states. Notes that the context created by these three circumstances makes dependency inevitable. Examines regionalism as a possible solution to the educational problems of small nations. (KO)
Descriptors: Developing Nations, Disadvantaged Environment, Economic Factors, Educational Development
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Dennis, Marguerite J. – College and University, 1986
The effect new legislation, aimed at reducing costs, will have on students, school administrators, and the future of higher education is discussed. Currents trends are examined in: regionalism, vocational training, traditional students, deregulation of student aid, student debtors, campus/corporate cooperation, and elitism. (MLW)
Descriptors: College Administration, Educational Finance, Federal Aid, Federal Legislation
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